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John Stockton (left) and Karl Malone share a moment with their children following the 1993 All-Star Game.
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1993 All-Star Game recap


Posted Feb 27 2013 1:40PM

WEST 135, EAST 132 (OT), at Delta Center (Salt Lake City)
ATTENDANCE: 19,459
MVP: Karl Malone and John Stockton (Jazz)

Hometown favorites and pick-and-roll partners John Stockton and Karl Malone paced the West squad to an overtime win, with Malone scoring 28 points and Stockton, the NBA's all-time assist leader, racking up 15 assists.

The game marked a passing of the torch, in many respects. Michael Jordan, who scored a game-high 30 points, played in his last All-Star Game before leaving the NBA for the first time (though he would eventually play in five more). Isiah Thomas, a 12-time All-Star, played in his last All-Star Game. A starter in his finale, Thomas had eight points and four assists in 32 minutes.

A big rookie from Louisiana State, Orlando's Shaquille O'Neal, played in the first of his 12 games. In his 18-year career, Shaq would be selected to 15 games and grab the All-Star MVP three times.

Charlotte forward Larry Johnson became the first All-Star for the Hornets' franchise, scoring four points. The MVP of the 1992-93 season, Charles Barkley, made his debut on the West All-Star team as a member of the Suns after six seasons as an East All-Star. He finished with 16 points and seven rebounds.

At All-Star Weekend, Cavs guard Mark Price won the first of his back-to-back 3-Point Shootout titles. Heat rookie Harold Miner, dubbed by some as "Baby Jordan," took home his first of two career Slam Dunk Contest titles.

Box score

1993 All-Star Game rosters

Eastern Conference

Isiah Thomas (Detroit Pistons)
Michael Jordan (Chicago Bulls)
Shaquille O'Neal (Orlando Magic)
Scottie Pippen (Chiago Bulls)
Larry Johnson (Charlotte Hornets)
Brad Daugherty (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Joe Dumars (Detroit Pistons)
Patrick Ewing (New York Knicks)
Larry Nance (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Mark Price (Cleveland Cavaliers)
Detlef Schrempf (Indiana Pacers)
Dominique Wilkins (Atlanta Hawks)

Western Conference

John Stockton (Utah Jazz)
Clyde Drexler (Portland Trail Blazers)
David Robinson (San Antonio Spurs)
Charles Barkley (Phoenix Suns)
Karl Malone (Utah Jazz)
Sean Elliott (San Antonio Spurs)
Tim Hardaway (Golden State Warriors)
Shawn Kemp (Seattle Sonics)
Dan Majerle (Phoenix Suns)
Danny Manning (Los Angeles Clippers)
Hakeem Olajuwon (Houston Rockets)
Terry Porter (Portland Trail Blazers) **
Mitch Richmond (Sacramento Kings) *
Chris Mullin (Golden State Warriors) * -- not replaced

Coaches

East: Pat Riley (Knicks)
West: Paul Westphal (Suns)

All-Star Weekend wrap-up

Slam Dunk Contest: Harold Miner (Miami Heat)
3-Point Shootout: Mark Price (Cleveland Cavaliers)

NOTE: * = missed game due to injury; ** = injury replacement

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